To control fish bacteria diseases, feeding infected fish with approved, antibiotic-medicated feed is a general practice.
The primary objective of this study was to develop a protective, oil-based, autogenous vaccine for the protection of tilapia on Lake Kariba
Plans to install a novel semi-closed salmon farm in Canada, which would prevent interactions between wild and farm raised salmon, have been unveiled
The efficacy of a laser-firing device that has been designed to reduce sea lice pressures on farmed salmon has been called into question by new research.
Smolt that have been kept in brackish water for two weeks in their hatcheries before being transferred to marine nets pens are less susceptible to skin ulcers
A device that can automatically choose which farmed fish should be retained for breeding purposes is currently under development.
In conclusion, a poor environment in fish farming has deficiencies that can be improved by including proposed enrichments
The introduction of artificial water plants into tilapia aquaculture can lead to significant improvements in fish welfare at minimal expense to the farmer.
Using technology created to identify human diseases like the novel coronavirus, Fish Farm Solutions of Poland is targeting its rapid diagnostic kits at seven
Freshwater aquaculture is being rapidly disrupted by changes in technology, finance, regulation, as well as feed and biotech innovation
Certain tilapia families have been shown to be completely resistant to tilapia lake virus (TiLV), offering hope that breeding programmes can combat one
Tilapia productivity nearly quadrupling in Dutch-backed RAS tilapia product trial in Vietnam
Aquaculture in India is predominately based on a few species of major freshwater carps and freshwater prawns, and Pacific white shrimp in saline water systems.
Adding supplemental nerolidol to diets of farmed tilapia improves fish growth and performance along with increasing meat quality, researchers say.
The first smolts to have been produced at Scottish Sea Farms’ new £55 million Barcaldine hatchery have been transferred to sea this week.
A recent study suggests that tilapia lake virus (TiLV) causes systemic infections that can move to the hosts’ reproductive organs and transmit the infection
A recent study suggests that supplementing farmed European seabass diets with Gracilaria sp. aqueous extract (GRA) can protect the fish from disease challenges
International team finds different mechanisms by which antimicrobial-resistant genes could spread among gut bacteria
Feeding farmed fish organic instead of inorganic selenium supports fish production and increases concentration of the mineral in fish tissue providing
Fish oil has traditionally been used as the major lipid component in fish feeds to provide essential polyunsaturated fatty acid (PUFA)